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Events June 2022

03
Jun
2022

The impact of corporate political connections on corporate environmental responsibility: Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs

Ngoc Minh Le

Corporate environmental responsibility (CER) can benefit our societies and enterprises. Understanding firms’ influencing factors of CER is essential to promoting CER.

03
Jun
2022

Elephantine Horses, Bad Karma and Spoons like Guns: Some Observations of the Dating and Development of the Mongol Script Epic of Geser Khan

Jonathan Ratcliffe

Geser is a Tibetan epic hero who is very popular in Mongol folklore. There is also a large and very complex written corpus of stories about Geser in the Old Mongol Script.

03
Jun
2022
07
Jun
2022

Debt and inflation: the shape of the global pandemic recovery

Yixiao Zhou, Australian National University

The pandemic crisis introduced an unprecedented supply-side shock that was global in scope.

08
Jun
2022

Global Seminar. SMEs and their environmental, social and governance strategy in Indonesia

Lishia Erza (ASYX Holdings); Lany Harijanti (Global Reporting Initiative)

To join: bit.ly/gs_Indonesia; Webinar ID: 846 0999 4505; Passcode: 029070

09
Jun
2022

China: A powerhouse and resistor of restorative justice

Yan (Ian) Zhang
The presentation attempts to unveil the puzzle of why China is contradictorily both a powerhouse and resistor of restorative justice.
14
Jun
2022

Market adjustments to import sanctions: lessons from Chinese restrictions on Australian trade, 2020-21

Darren Lim
Well-functioning markets can blunt the impact of Chinese economic sanctions.
14
Jun
2022

The effects of institutions on the relationship between politics and trade

Shiro Armstrong and Samuel Hardwick, Australian National University

This paper examines the relationship between trade and the ups and downs of political relations between countries, and how institutional arrangements might affect that relationship.

15
Jun
2022

Prospects for Australia-Indonesia Trade-Investment Partnerships

Professor Bambang Brodjonegoro

To attend in-person:
Lecture Theatre 1, Hedley Bull Centre, ANU.

16
Jun
2022

Towards a just transition away from coal in Australia?

Dr. Gareth A. S. Edwards

Abstract:

17
Jun
2022

COVID-19 pandemic, firms' responses, and unemployment in the ASEAN-5

Sulistiyo Ardiyono

Extensive studies have explored the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on firms’ performance, but none have discussed the role of firms’ operating flexibility on employment.

21
Jun
2022

Building a roadmap to evaluate power and privilege

Ashley Schram
This presentation will share a set of principles designed to promote evaluation of the impacts of public policy on societal change at a systems level and launch a new programme of research into complex evaluation.
21
Jun
2022

Economics and finance PhDs: Professional activities, productivity and prospects

Kenneth Clements, University of Western Australia

This research analyses the careers of more than 600 individuals with PhDs in economics or finance from Australian universities. About 60 percent are now in academia and one-quarter of those are at level E (professor).

23
Jun
2022

The “New” and “Old” in Xi Jinping as a Chinese Leader

Joseph Torigian

This is a hybrid (in-person and online) event.

24
Jun
2022

A Study of the Mongolian Yi-Yu Dictionaries and Multilingual Cliff Inscriptions

Dr. Bürgüd·D·Kereidjin

The Middle Mongol language is known from written documents that were recorded in many different scripts, including Uighur-Mongol, Phags-pa (Tibetan)

28
Jun
2022

COVID, cartels and collusion

Owain Williams
COVID and access to vaccines has once more exposed the cartelisation of the pharmaceutical sector and, more widely, the deeply collusive nature of production and rigged market power across knowledge intensive sectors of the global political economy.
29
Jun
2022

2022 Pacific Update: Day Two

Various speakers

Co-hosted by the Development Policy Centre and the University of the South Pacific’s School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Pacific Update is the premier forum for discussion of economic, social, political, and environmental issues in the region.

30
Jun
2022

2022 Pacific Update: Pacific Migration Research Workshop

Various speakers

Co-hosted by the Development Policy Centre and the University of the South Pacific’s School of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Pacific Update is the premier forum for discussion of economic, social, political, and environmental issues in the region.

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